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Home > Stream Reports > Little Juniata Stream Report
The Little Juniata experienced a very tough summer. The low, clear, warm water forced its trout to cluster around seeps and springs. Fishing was both pointless and counterproductive for anglers interested in catch and release. That situation has improved somewhat with the onset of cooler weather and a modicum of precipitiation. Water levels are still down but better. Fall fishing should be distinctly better than summer.


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Zebra Midge, Black
Our Price: $1.70

Zebra midges of all colors work well on Spring Creek.  This is the original and is a must have trout pattern.
Bead Head Pheasant Tail
Our Price: $1.70

Maybe the most universal trout fly.  If there are trout, then a bead head pheasant tail is never out of the question.
Never leave home without them.
Bead Head Walt's Worm
Bead Head Walt's Worm
Our Price: $1.70

The bead headed version of our very own local creation.  Simplicity at it's best to tie and fish love them too.  Best used in sizing according to water levels.  Size 10 and 12 when water is high and 16 and 18 when water is low.  Year in and year out this is one of our best trout flies for fishing our local limestone streams.
Pheasant Tail
Our Price: $1.70

A must have pattern for all trout fishermen.  Pheasant tail nymphs are effective on trout streams anywhere in the country.
Walt's Worm
Walt's Worm
Our Price: $1.70

One of our favorite go to patterns.  We tie them in a variety of sizes and fish them according to water levels.  Small sizes when water is low and larger sizes when the water is up.  Great for searching pattern for trout and bass.  Simplicity at it's finest.
Ray Charles fly pattern
Ray Charles
Our Price: $1.70

Tan Elk Hair Caddis
Elk Hair Caddis, Tan
Our Price: $1.80